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What to do if you have lost a pet or found a pet.
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What to do if you’ve lost your pet

  1. Notify your local shelters, veterinary hospitals, Metro Animal Control at 615-862-7928, The Tennessean classifieds, and Facebook Lost and Found Pet Pages.
  2. Notify the Nashville Humane Association; complete a lost pet report describing the pet’s:
  • Appearance: breed, coat type, ears, tail, age, weight, sex, color, etc.
  • Identification: tags, microchip, etc.
  • Location: where your pet lives, when and where your pet was last seen
  1. Email the report to: josh@nashvillhumane.orgcorri@nashvillehumane.org, gina@nashvillehumane.org
  2. Include a photo of the pet

What to do if you found a pet:

 

  1. Notify your local shelters, veterinary hospitals, Metro Animal Control at 615-862-7928, The Tennessean classifieds, and Facebook Lost and Found Pet Pages.
  2. Complete a found pet report describing the pet’s:
  • Appearance: breed, coat type, ears, tail, age, weight, sex, color, etc.
  • Identification: tags, etc.
  • Location: where you found the pet
  1. Email the report to Josh@nashvillehumane.org, corri@nashvillehumane.org, or gina@nashvillehumane.org
  2. Include a photo of the pet
  3. Take the animal to your vet or local shelter to be scanned for a microchip; this could quickly lead you to the owner

 

You may also want to make up lost/found flyers to place in the area where you lost or found the pet.